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this morning are fading down around southern west virginia. all the heavy weather across south bend, indiana, here in ann arbor, michigan, right here where the games were so severely impacted by the bad weather they're still getting pounded by thunderstorms here this evening and on the gulf coast, heavy vain from houston all the way to pensacola, florida. all that rain, this rain here and the rain across the upper midwest and showers in southern virginia will all eventually combine into one very long stretch of wet weather that we're going to have to deal with around here beginning monday afternoon and potentially lasting all the way through thursday or friday of the upcoming week. so enjoy the quiet night tonight. patchy fog first thing in the morning and high pressure giving way off the eastern seaboard so that will allow for one or two thunderstorms to bubble up tomorrow in the late morning, early-afternoon hours. we're stopped at 6:00 tomorrow evening. fading showers and some may drift east of the mountains and get to the washington metro area but probably not until after the sun goes do
such owner in indiana is trying to unload three buildings because the property taxes have gotten to be too much. >>> couple that with the economy that has turned down. the real estate market has taken a big hit. >>> now this particular owner is trying to do something different. he's posted all of the properties on ebay. >>> homeowners also feeling the effects of the economy. americans no longer see homeownership as an investment but instead as a place to live. a lot of people are under water on their mortgages. >>> well, police investigating the murder of a known criminal in the streets of annapolis, who police have arrested and why. it starts right now. >>> when is somebody going to turn off the faucet. >>> the first homicide of the year has happened in annapolis. we'll take you there. the victim was wanted on several warrants. >> these are the ladies and gentlemen at the proving ground. they find bin laden, fighting terrorist rest. >> the base realignment or brac is almost complete. >>> we want to start with the severe weather. our curves are all overflowing. this is the scene on norther
, willie t ribs american racing pioneer. >> tell marty where you are from. >> new albany, indiana. kentucky, indiana people. >> i haven't heard that word in a while -- kentucky-ana. bap >> it's ravens rally, wear your black and purple. see you after the baltimore grand prix. have a great weekend. we are taking a break and coming right back. >>> good morning, i'm andrea fujii. there are street closures to control you about just ahead. >>> we will go down the list and other problems on the roads. that's in a few. >>> watching a couple of showers clearing the area. watching the sunrise. skies clear before not too long, we'll be right back. ,,,,, >>> september 2nd, wjz has weather and traffic together. first warning doppler, light shower activity rolling through the area. such the case, until 8:30, 9:00. skies will clear out. partly sunny. 6 degrees warmer and humid than this time yesterday. 79 lunch. high temperature around 83-85. 78 degrees, beautiful this friday evening. labor day weekend, folks, party is on. let's go. over the sharon at traffic control. >>> don't expect to go to fast in th
, illinois, ohio, indiana, louisiana and florida. and so now the majority says they are going to pay for this bill. how? by ending a program that has created jobs. that's the reality. it cuts it off. even though there are applications pending that will create thousands of more jobs in the manufacturing base of this country. in indiana, missouri, ohio, california, michigan and other states. it's inexcusable. it's inexcusable. mr. woodall: will the gentleman yield? mr. levin: yes. mr. woodall: you may have some information that we didn't have in the rules committee. my understanding is that this program, which has billions that were appropriated in 2008 and have not yet been spent -- mr. levin: all right. you've been misinformed. you've been misinformed. there are millions -- millions and millions of dollars that are already in the pipeline to be spent and applications for the balance of that money. that's a fact. and so if you've been misinformed i suggest you go back to the rules committee and take another look at this. this is an anti-jobs bill when we needs jobs in the united state
differentiators. so i met students, for example at purdue university in indiana who recently graduated with a masters degree in public health. in this job market, of course, many of their peers have struggled to find work. there were 2 million college graduates out of work right now in the united states. i met students who were snatched up immediately. one of them, for example, was hired straightaway by the state of indiana to help coordinate the state's response to large scale public emergencies because of her specialty in homeland security. >> it's interesting, too, specifically that woman you interviewed from purdue she worked with retired military officers as well. so she's getting a broad-based education on that front. there's a homeland security official who also says students now view college as part of a mission that is bigger than themselves. did that feeling come across in students you spoke with? >> very much so, yeah. you meet students now who are arguably turning away from the humanities, the classics, some people would say to a degree that is not necessarily healthy for a
death fresh in mind, along with seven others killed last month when storms toppled this indiana stage, clearing the stands in the interest of safety may now be considered a good call. barbara pinto, abc news, chicago. >> lesson learned out there. better safe than sorry. >> absolutely. >>> let's take a look at the weather from around the country on this labor day morning. some stormy weather from lee stretches as far north as washington, d.c. showers and thunderstorms will give way to heavy rain in the northeast from philadelphia to here in new york. boston, thunderstorms meanwhil., >> 88 in sacramento. a mild 66 in detroit. and 70 in indianapolis. heat finally breaks in texas with dallas only getting up to 82. welcome relief. 80s from boston baltimore. 81 in new orleans. 90 in miami. >>> in eastexas a mother and her 18 month-old daughter have died after an out of control wildfire engulfed their trailer home. officials say the pair had no chance to escape. >>> meanwhile a wildfire in the aust austin suburb destroyed two homes, the situation there has gotten so dangerous that the fire d
, one a boy from indiana, the other a girl from pennsylvania. the particular strain identified in late august has they ever been seen before. both children thankfully have recovered. for more information on this and other health stories, you can check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> on the eve of their nfl season opener, the news is not good for peyton manning and the indianapolis colts. here's mario solis. >> hey there, good morning. we start with news from the nfl. colts quarterback peyton manning is recovering slower than expected from off-season neck surgery, and according to sources, could need another procedure. in essence, he's out indefinitely. to the diamond controversy between the phillies and marlins. the shot to right, brian peterson is there, yet can't make the catch. but wait, peterson says he's interfered with, and he's right. a fan reaches over the wall to grab the baseball. umpires review it and call the out on fan interference. to the 14th, tied at four. bases loaded and david herndon walks in the winning run. nothing going right for the phils. two days after su
. >>> ohio state wins, 42-0, other akron. and penn state wins, beating indiana state, 41-7 opinion joe paterno in the press box for the 2011 opener. this has been the ford wrap-up. we'll see you next week. we're going to head on into the interview. evan, sandy . . . evan .. what pushed you toward the explorer? it was less expensive. better technology inside. there was stuff that we have in our car that i didn't even know existed. how does your music gear fit in there? it fits perfectly. i mean, i got a keyboard, acoustic guitar, merchandise, cds to sell and it all just fits like a nice game of tetras. what would you say to a friend who's skeptical about buying a ford. do you want to borrow my keys. and started earning loads of points. you got a weather balloon with points? yes i did. [ man ] points i could use for just about anything. ♪ ♪ there it is. [ [ man ] so i used mine to get a whole new perspective. ♪ [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to en points. what's your story? citian help you write it. >> tropical storm only islamic lee is sl
and indiana. the virus includes a gene from the h1n1 strain that caused the 2009 globe pandemic. so far the centers for disease control and prevention says there's no sign the virus has spread beyond those two kids. >>> with flu season approaching, doctors say most children need to get another flu shot even if they got one last year. the american academy of pediatrics reports that immunity dropped 50% six to twelve months after vaccination. everyone 6 months and older should receive a flu shot. >>> check back in with us today at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. a maryland's man fight for freedom. the latest on a judge's decision to hold the man suspected in the disappearance of a frederick county woman. not again, tropical storm lee slams the gulf coast and hurricane katia is gaining speed out in the atlantic. could they affect maryland? the weather team is tracking both storms for you. join us for these stories and all the day's breaking news today at 6:00. >>> stay with us. the forecast is next. ,,,,,,,,,, gentleman welcome back. it's going it start pretty heavy later on. tomorrow a washout, 73.
in northern parts of indiana. there are severe storms here that have a history of producing 60-plus-mile-per-hour winds in addition to hail. so they're evacuating the stadium right now, get everybody out of there, game delay to help keep those people safe. so great move on the part of officials and authorities there. if you remember, it was just three weeks ago today in indianapolis where the stage collapsed during the sugar land concert and three people died there. i'm not sure if that's being taken into account at all in this situation. it's great to see that they're evacuating the situation right now as these storms are approaching from the west. you can see there's a severe thunderstorm watch across the whole area, it does include chicago too, and there's been ground stops at o'hare as well as midway because of those thunderstorms so if you're trying to travel, unfortunately things aren't looking better as things are pushing from from the west. maximum winds around 16 miles an hour, it's been kind of drifting erratically, off the coast of louisiana here. so the intensity has sta
, and the rest of them. host: we will leave it there. ron paul coming up again on twitter this morning. indiana. tom, good morning de caller: good morning. host: what do you think about the field? caller: i like herman cain. because i watched him on tv last week and he mentioned something i don't think a lot of people know -- the government is raiding social security to pay for a lot of other programs. and if they stayed out of that, social security would never go broke. and i would like to see a republican -- herman cain, ron paul, are anybody say, let's get out of the wars within one month or two months and stop wasting our money over there because it is not appreciated. i don't like ron paul's -- watching the debate, the last one, where he says get rid of minimum-wage. it would not create more jobs for poor people. what does he want them working for? $2 an hour? is that how we are going to compete with china? another thing, i don't see anybody in my party going after china on how they are cheating us all the time. they are stealing everything. host: mr. cain getting a lot of activity on twit
virginia plays at indiana. dobbs graduated so chris proctor takes over as quarterback. navy needs five yards. proctor wants more. keeps it himself. great blocks here. check it out. cuts it back. depose 75 yards for the touchdown. proctor ran for 176 yards. four tds, three rushing, one passing. later in the first, same score on the option. proctor pitches to santiago. and the hawaii tphaefb says aloha. 40-17. minutes visit western kentucky next week. yesterday james madison loses its opener, 42-10. talking baseball now. starting pitcher tommy malone made his major league debut. and the kid from southern california made history. malone and the nats taking on the mets. malone's first major league strikeout. bottom of the inning. malone, two on. first pitch from dilan g. deep to right. into the bull pen for his first home run. nats take a 5-0 lead. the 18th pitch tore homer in his first career at-bat and ate to do it on the pitch. malone gets the curtain call. on the bump he goes 4 1/3 giving up six hits, four runs. what a night for tommy malone. nats down one. zimmerman up with bases load
the 3-month of old search for missing indiana student. lawren lawrence speir's mother is here. first, this is "today" on nbc. america's favorite coffee is now available for america's favorite single-serve brewer. try new dunkin' k-cup packs and enjoy the freshly brewed signature taste at home. it's a beautiful thing. come in today for all five dunkin' k-cup varieties, available only at dunkin' donuts stores. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >>> coming up, the "real housewives of beverly hills" opens up in a live interview about the suicide of a cast member's estranged husband. >>> exclusive look. rare tiger cubs on display at the zoo in atlanta. smoky eyes look amazing. but creating them? that's a whole different story. almay intense i-color smoky-i kit. first, sweep the smoky-i color across your lid. then, add the crease accentuating shade... and a highlight under your brow. only from almay. only for me. welcome, to the this is our plant.ur. these are our workers... and this, is upper management. but what you won't find around here is any freezing, flavoring or concentrating. which b
away over southern indiana, western kentucky. we're on the eastern side of it. it continues to tap moisture. we're still dealing with the runoff from yesterday's heavy rains. all these areas in green still have creeks and streams out of their banks, and there's high standing water in southern maryland and prince george's county and prince william and fairfax and southern loudoun county into montgomery and frederick county. right now the radar is showing some scattered light to moderate showers in montgomery county, southern fairfax, into prince george's county and western parts of charles county and southeastern prince william. those areas in yellow, it's coming down a little bit harder. some moderate rain there in western charles county and southeastern prince william county. there's one moderate shower as well in central montgomery county. they're all advancing off to the northwest out of the southeast. first light of day showing up. our sunrise is about 15 minutes away. we'll have a passing shower this morning. perhaps a heavy downpour. then maybe a little sun breaking out after
at indiana university one remains missing. lauren disappeared. with each passing day her family's holding out hope she will be found. john yang reports. >> reporter: indiana university's new school year begins with an old question -- what happened to lauren speier? the 20-year-old fashion student was last seen walking back to her offcampus apartment at about 4:30 in the morning, after a night hoof partying with friend june 3rd, three months ago today. this summer, her parents retraced the steps at the same time of night. rob speier says what they saw disturbed them. >> we saw people walking, many of them were inebriated, some walking by themselves. our message had not registered with people. >> reporter: as the school year begins, lauren's apartment complex held safety seminars. >> we were extremely, extremely disappointed by the lack of turnout. they're either invincible or they are just completely oblivious to their surroundings. >> reporter: weeks of searching, including last month's search of thousands of tons of trash at a landfill, haven't turned up any trace of lauren. rob and charlene
of a novelist. >>> lightning appeared to hit notre dame in south bend, indiana, on saturday. fortunately, the nearly 80,000 already had evacuated. game time was a whopping five hours, 59 minutes. and the fighting irish lost to the south florida bulls, 23-20. >>> green day front man billy joe armstrong wasn't having a blast while flying last week. he was kicked off a southwest flight because of all things, his saggy pants. the flight attentant transcendent asked him to hike them up. they apologized to the singer who took the next flight from oakland to burbank. >>> the 20-year-old south african runner who thought was a man has come in second in today's world championships. she was leading but then lost by half a second back in 2009 after the berlin wall championship. she was accused of being a man because of her looks and ability. but jebd gender testing cleared her to compete as a woman. >>> finally, remember the lost penguin who became a world-wide celebrity after washing up on a new zealand beach. after recovery at a zoo, scientists tried to release the little guy dubbed happy feet, bu
's another story we're watching closely, breaking details on a mass murder in rural indiana. while police are piecing together this event that left five dead south of indianpolis on sunday, the family says the evidence points to one thing and that is drugs. rick folbaum is checking this for us at the breaking news desk. >> reporter: you know, this is a very tough story. we're waiting for autopsy results that should be released fairly soon. this could give police a clue, a clue that they desperately need to try to figure out exactly what they're dealing with here. it was sunday afternoon, law enforcement found a man dead inside an rv and that may -- then they found the bodies of two other males and two females at another property right across the street from the rv. we're told that four of the five people were all members of the same family, they include a man, his ex-wife, and their two grown children. a neighbor is saying there's a history of drug dealing that takes place in this area. there is some speculation that the shooter or shooters are among the dead, but right now, police say th
stories. >> reporter: a new strain of swine flu has shown up in two children in pennsylvania and indiana. the virus includes a gene from the h1n1 strain that caused the 2009 global pandemic. the centers for disease control and pandemic says there is no sign it has spread beyond the two kids. >>> with flu season approaching, most children need to get a flu shot even if they got one last year. the american academy of pediatrics reports that immunity drops reportedly 60% six to 12 months of vaccination and everyone six months and older should receive a flu shot. >>> and yoga may be beneficial for diabetessics. light yoga might help with some weight control and control blood sugar levels and yoga should not replace more vigorous forms of exercise, it should be added to the mix. >>> those are some of today's top medical stories, i'm terrell brown, cbs news, new york. >> from medical news to sports a tennis star serves up quite a scare at the u.s. open. >> this was the saddest portion of his press session. he had already met the media in english. >> raphael nadal slumping down, but he is okay.
months since the indiana university student disappeared. we're going to find out what her parents are saying? >> and up next, up in the air. a man in a plane gets a bird's-eye view of his house being burglarized. we'll talk live with him and his friend who watched the crime unfold. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on p of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel. i'm surprised how quickly my symptoms have been managed. [ male announcer ] because enbrel suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, and nervous system and blood disorders have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. don't start enbrel if you have an infection like the
in ohio. can you see heavy showers and thunderstorms back into indiana as well. this is all out ahead of the cold front continuing to push our way. out ahead, that is turning warm and humid. our storm chapses will hold off -- chances will hold off until tonight. however, we are expecting storm chances to increase. let's break down the left of our labor day weekend. the rest of the afternoon, up to 88 this afternoon, and monday could be a wash out. 70% chance of storms into the afternoon. highs back to the low 80's. we'll talk about more stormy and cool weather the rest of the week. that will be coming up in the seven-day forecast. >> president obama gets a first-hand look today from the damage of hurricane irene. the president is set to visit new jersey. meanwhile, torrential rains are threatening coast communities this morning. francis koch has more. >> visitors to the french quarter new orleans didn't seem to mind. >> we expected rain, but it hasn't been too bad. >> as tropical storm lee got closer to new orleans. officials were not too quick to dismiss the storm's potential. please
storms toppled this indiana stage. the interest of safety may now be a good call. barbara pinto, abc news, chicago. >>> turning oversaechs tonight, thousands of rebels have converged on one of moammar gadhafi's last remaining strongholds. negotiations for a surrender have collapsed, and now rebels are waiting to attack. but is gadhafi even there? abc's jeffrey kofman is in libya. jeffrey? >> reporter: good evening, jake. today, we traveled south to one of the last remaining cities loil to gadhafi. and it looks like it won't fall without a fight. they are prepearing for one more battle. and it could come within hours. the battle of bani walid. when we approached the front line, there was still hope fighting could be avoided this is as far as we're allowed to go, down here, about 50 miles, the city of bani walid, still under control of gadhafi loyalists. right now, rebel troops are ouz the city. they certainly have the power to vanquish it. they are trying to avoid it. is this brigade ready to fight? >> if we have to, yes. that's what we're here for. we all have our weapons. we want a peace
toppled this indiana stage, clearing the stands in the interest of safety may now be considered a good call. barbara pinto, abc news, chicago. >>> turning overseas tonight, thousands of rebels have converged on one of moammar gadhafi's last remaining strongholds. negotiations for a surrender have collapsed, and now rebels are waiting for the order to attack. but is gadhafi even there? abc's jeffrey kofman is in libya. jeffrey? >> reporter: good evening, jake. today, we traveled south to one of the last remaining cities loyal to gadhafi. and it looks like it won't fall without a fight. they are preparing for one more battle. and it could come within hours. the battle of bani walid. when we approached the front line late this afternoon, there was still hope fighting could be avoided. at this hour, this is as far as the rebels will let us go. their troops are massed down this road on the outskirts of bani walid. but right now, they are calling a meeting with tribal elders to try to find a way to avoid more bloodshed. is this brigade ready to fight if they have to? >> if we have to, yes. t
. the infection involved two children under the age of five, one a boy from indiana, the other a girl from pennsylvania. the particular strain identified in late august has they ever been seen before. both children thankfully have recovered. for more information on this and other health stories, you can check out the health page at msnbc.com. >>> on the eve of their nfl season opener, the news is not good for peyton manning and the indianapolis colts. here's mario solis. >> hey there, good morning. we start with news from the nfl. colts quarterback peyton manning is recovering slower than expected from off-season neck surgery, and according to sources, could need another procedure. in essence, he's out indefinitely. to the diamond controversy between the phillies and marlins. the shot to right, brian peterson is there, yet can't make the catch. but wait, peterson says he's interfered with, and he's right. a fan reaches over the wall to grab the baseball. umpires review it and call the out on fan interference. to the 14th, tied at four. bases loaded and david herndon walks in the winning ru
on the issue will be held later this month. >>> indiana is announcing plans to divide up a $5 million fund set up for the victims of last month's state fair stage collapsed. priority will be given to relatives of those killed and those seriously injured. victims' lawyers say damages will probably be far greater than $5 million. >>> in just a few hours many families will be hitting the roads for the labor day weekend. right now as you can see, the roads are clear. by late this afternoon the drivers will be filling the highways heading for the beach. >> if you are going to the delmarva peninsula expect to pay about $3.46 a gallon for gas. in virginia beach $3.49. $3.52 at the jersey shore. mike conneen is live this morning with more on all the holiday travel. good morning. >> good morning. aaa minuteman excess 730,000 people from our region will trouble at least 50 miles this holiday weekend. that is down 2.2% compared with last year. experts blame the bad economy and increasing airline cost and for destinations like ocean city already hit hard by irene they are desperate for business. in the wa
month without a u.s. military death since the united states indiana raided iraq in 2003. the u.s. pulled troops out of the iraq last year, but about 50,000 u.s. troops remain there to provide support and training. wolf? >> more than 4,000 troops have died in iraq since that war started, 4500 or so. >> but a good month for august, no deaths in iraq, and they're calling that a victory. >> let's hope that -- they're supposed to be out by the end of this year, though the obama administration and iraqi government are negotiating to scheme some troops there. that's a controversial issue in and of itself. thanks very much. >>> the only republican in the congressional black caucus threatens to leave the group. we'll tell you why. stick around, you're in "the situation room." you name it. i've tried it. but nothing helped me beat my back pain. then i tried salonpas. it's powerful relief that works at the site of pain and lasts up to 12 hours. salonpas. have i got a surprise for you! yeah, it's new [ barks beneful healthy fiesta. gotta love the protein for muscles-- whoo-hoo! and omega-rich nutri
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. this is a stage collapse at the indiana state fair. the state attorney general's office now says 14 people are planning to sue over this incident. seven people were killed. 40 others were injured. the stage came down during a wind storm. an investigation is looking into whether the stage was as strong as it should have been. >>> also, coming up, a small town in italy that has some big dreams. they want the town to be an independent state. first thing first. they started printing their own money. there is an idea. >>> it's a big labor day weekend. all of the candidates are out, but one person is taking up a lot of the attention. sarah palin. we will tell you what she is up to this weekend. excluve to the military. and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's military are the ones we used to build usaa bank. from free checking to credit cards to loans, our commitment to the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. ♪ visit us online to learn what makes our bank so different. usaa. we know what it means to serve. >>> we
of michigan and notre dame. lightning appeared to hit the football stadium in south bend, indiana, on saturday. the nearly 80,000 fans evacuated already. game time was a whopping 5 hours, 59 minutes and the fighting irish lost to the south florida bowls. >>> green day frontman wasn't having a blast while flying last week. he was kicked off a southwest flight because of all things, his saggy pants. the flight attendant had asked him to hike them up to which he responded, don't you have better things to do. they apologized to the singer who took the next flight from oakland to burbank. >>> that 22-year-old south african runner that some people thought was a man came in second. he was leading but then lost by half a second back in 2009 after the berlin world championships. she was accused of being a man because of her looks and ability, but gender testing cleared her to compete as a woman. >>> finally, remember the lost penguin that became a worldwide celebrity after he washed up on a new zealand beach? scientists tried releasing the little guy named, happy feet. eventually he slid down the slide
in indiana and three in pennsylvania. they had visited the same agricultural fair. two of the children had direct or indirect contact with pigs. the new flu strain is a hybrid of viruses that previously infected pigs and the hdpe strain that caused the swipe flow pandemic in 2009. it doesn't appear to be easily spread from person-to-person but this year's vaccine doesn't protect against the new strain of flu. the centers of disease control are not warning people to stay away from fairs and petting zoos but the pennsylvania department of health is doing surveillance and testing. the same message is the same: wash your hands, cover your cough and sneeze and stay home if you have flu-like symptoms. >>> deadly wild fires ripping through texas, families forced toes are vaciate from the thousands of acres evacuated in the meantime and today's weather is a mess on the road. sue's got another look at the forecast next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] coca-cola glasses are at mcdonald's. one free with every large extra value meal... like the one-of-a-kind big mac. the simple joy of seeing thin
and back into southern indiana. watch the line of showers here wednesday afternoon. especially north and west of town by 6:00, ahead of that front. then that front is going to sort of slide through here wednesday night, thursday morning. behind the front, we've got showers and some of these could be with us during the day on thursday. but we'll be a lot cooler by then. we're not talking about 80s by then. we're talking about lots of 70s. maria, a storm with 50-mile- per-hour winds is up here with the big pieces of the storm. for maria, it will run the chute between bermuda and north carolina. later on in the week, if you're going to the beach this weekend, watch out for the waves and riptides. tonight, 60s. 87 tomorrow. tomorrow, see a chance for a few thunderstorms especially north and west of town. by thursday, a few more clouds. cooler, maybe a shower or two. 76. friday, a lot cooler. we're going to struggle to get to 70 on friday. may stay only in the 60s. saturday, sunny and 72. sunday, sunny and 75. monday, perhaps a shower returns. temperature high, 78. monika? >> turning out
is going to kick off a chance for thunderstorms. storms are popping up across indiana through ohio many of those have been heavy, could even be severe later into the day. eventually this will be mainly pushing into our region but even ahead of that we could see storms beginning this afternoon and into the night. after that we'll have to worry about lee. our latest tropical storm which pushed into louisiana overnight and it continues to drop extremely heavy rain for portions of southern louisiana including baton rouge into new orleans moving slowly. and the slower it moves the more rain can fall over one area. so that's going to be a big problem for them. flooding will be a major concern for lee and it looks like the flooding trends will continue even as lee heads to the north and east because more moisture will stream east of the appalachians and by the end of the week we could see that. we also have another tropical storm we're keeping an eye on which as you know last week was a hurricane. not out of the question by the next update. could be a hurricane once again. category one. becaus
at this. a massive bolt of lightning striking notre dame stadium in indiana. a severe storm swept through, releasing punishing rains. the weather became so violent, they evacuated the stadium at halftime and again in the fourth quarter. >>> the former head of the imf, international monetary fund back home in france. dominique strauss-khan arrived in paris this morning. new york prosecutors dropped their case after a maid accused him of attempted rape. let's go to annabelle roberts, live in london. a good sunday morning to you. any word to whether dsk will make a statement, talk to the media now that he's back home in france? >> so far, nothing certain about that, alex, and he made no comment at the airport and chose not to speak to the media when he arrived back at his flat in paris. a scrum of journalists waiting for him, indicating how big a figure is dsk is in france. he and his wife looked relaxed and cheerful once they made it through the reporters. i do expect him to give a television interview, putting for the his version of what happened to him since may. don't really expect a sta
the exact path flight 77 followed that fateful day. this indiana teacher has visited twice, bringing fellow educators this time. high schoolers on a previous trip. >> statistics are wonderful and necessary, but until you put a face with that situation, it doesn't become as powerful. and so that's why i like to bring my students. >> reporter: terry otis was seeing the memorial for the first time. >> it hits me really strong. we were at school the day of 9/11. and we felt the sadness and everything. but when you're here, you see it. you see all of the pictures of the people and it -- yeah. it's like it's -- was -- like it just happened yesterday, that feeling of hurt will never go away. what they did to us. >> reporter: as reagan national's airports take off and land overhead, others can't help but imagine what the victims on flight 77 and the other planes endured. >> just on a flight, you know? you think you're just doing your normal everyday life, and then boom. i cannot imagine the fear and the panic. and yet the courage. all the stories that have come out. >> reporter: michelle hiden berg
beck against rex grossman of indiana. two men battling here in ority believes in the man who used to rock a mullet. mike shanahan owns the final vote and he's campaigning for neither qb. for now, we have a football filibuster. last night in the final preseason game against tampa bay, beck tried to lock down the job, grossman didn't even play. first play of the game, beck going deeper, anthonya armstron, well, just out of his reach. and later in the game, beck under pressure here, makes a good decision, good quick pass to the rookie. then at the end of the first half, beck under some heavy pressure here throws it up again but it's intercepted by d.j. johnson. beck only completed 10 of his 21 passes for 108 yards. beck finishes the preseason with two picks and one touchdown. grossman, two t.d.s, one pick. shanahan, though, not ready to name his guy. >> well, like i said, i'll get a chance to evaluate that over the next day and kind of give you a better assessment. it's hard to tell you right now because you can't see everything from the quarterback's perspective. so i get a chance t
throughout the heartland, in indiana or illinois. senator roberts talked about agriculture. in north dakota we've got more cattle than people. i think we've got three million cattle. right now to send them into south korea, we pay more than 40% tariff. how do we compete with argentina or australia in that situation? this is an opportunity. this is absolutely an opportunity. we need to reach out and grab it with both hands. we've got the president right now saying hey, pass those trade agreements. absolutely. please get them down here to us. we've worked so hard to make sure we've cleared all the hurdles, t.a.a. or whatever else is required. bring those trade agreements to us. we stand ready to pass them. and with that, i'd like to -- a senator: would you yield for a second? mr. hoeven: yes. a senator: you're talk to go your constituents about this. i'm sure all of us have stories about this. mr. portman: this morning we had a weekly caucus. there were 12 pork producers from ohio. their number one issue was trade and tkpwregt -- getting these agreements done. they have to have international
you much. >>> in michigan 32% of employers are expanding their work force. indiana is second on the list of states with the best job growth followed by massachusetts, virginia, and minnesota. [ male announcer ] this is the network. a network of possibilities. excuse me? my grandfather was born in this village. [ automated voice speaks foreign language ] [ male announcer ] in here, everyone speaks the same language. ♪ in here, forklifts drive themselves. no, he doesn't have it. yeah, we'll look on that. [ male announcer ] in here, friends leave you messages written in the air. that's it right there. [ male announcer ] it's the at&t network. and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. ♪ it's got to be a good life >> it may be music to the ears of facebook users. in today's tech watch, the word that the world's most popular social media network will be launching an on-line music svrs, but various reports say facebook won't go it alone. rather, it will partner with existing music services to make it all happen. official word may come at an industry conference lat
. notre dame's home game in indiana was delayed nearly three hours. and fans were evacuated from the stadium twice because of heavy rain and lightning. and university of michigan's game against western michigan was stopped late in the third quarter because of lightning. and it never resumed. michigan, by the way, keeping score, won that game. >>> finally, it seems that movie stars are never out of the spotlight. but just ask crystal the monkey. the primate star of "night at the museum," and "the hangover part 2," was spotted on a flight from l.a. to newark yesterday. the 17-year-old female monkey smiled for her fans and posed for pictures. how about that? i did a little research. and i could not find an faa regulation that says you cannot let a monkey buy a ticket and fly on a plane. >> ron asked his producer, why is this monkey sitting in first class? >> as far as we know, she was in coach. you know? a beer. >> low-key. incognito. >>> let's check the weather. we're going back to scott padgett, from our miami station, local 10, wplg, also known as tropical storm lee. >> thanks so
. >> reporter: a new strain of swine flu has showed up in two children in pennsylvania and indiana, and the virus includes a gene from the h1n1 strain that caused the 2009 global pandemic. the centers for disease control and prevention so far says there is no sign the virus has spread beyond the two kids. >>> with flu season approaching doctors say most children have have another flu shot even though they got one last year. immunity drops 50% six to 12 months after vaccination. the group says everyone six months and older should receive a flu shot. >>> and yoga may be beneficial for diabetics. the small study published in the journ diabetes care suggests that light yoga may help people with type two diabetes lose some weight and control bleu blood sugar levels and experts say while is should not replace other vigorous forms of exercise, it should be added to the mix. those are some of the day's top medical stories. terrell brown. >>> a celebration of gay proud this weekend in oakland. that family focus was evident throughout downtown oakland yesterday. there was a kid friendly play
in the upper midwest, chicago to indiana. the notre dame game, they evacuated the stadium in south bend because of severe thunderstorms. that game might not get played today. there you see the location of the stadium. this is the first time in history they say that they've evacuated the stadium and delayed a game because of weather. also problems at the tennessee game, the iowa game, and the michigan game because of storms. >> i know -- >> they want them safe. >> i don't think they want to risk anything. i remember a story, a young student at notre dame, declan sullivan was his name. he was filming the practice and the hydraulic lift fell over, to his death. i would imagine that they're taking every precaution that they can. although some people may be upset with the decision. thank you very much, appreciate it. a lot going on with katia and lee. we'll check back, thanks. >>> also, we're covering gabrielle giffords. the last time we saw the congresswoman, she showed up for that important house vote to keep the government from defaulting. there she was getting a standing ovation. who could forge
still have a low spinning owl to indiana and ohio. we still have katia in the outer atlantic there. we're stuck in the middling and the pattern has changed too much. so this morning, light sprinkles and calvert, southern prince george's county into charles county. coming across the western district and up to leesburg. monika samtani, over to you. >>> well, a live look straight up on the outer loop of the beltway at route 355 here and that's because there's another accident. it's been this way all week long on the outer loop. the live picture there where the accident -- there may be two accidents there on the outer loop. the backup already beginning at connecticut avenue. right now we're hearing from authorities that only it will left lane is getting -- the left lane is getting by and look at this, it's 5:00 in the morning and you've got if backup at -- the backup at connecticut avenue. i think a lot of people decided to do the same thing. get the early start and now we have this accident. i'll keep you posted on that. now over to the maps, we're going to start off with gaithersburg and
was the same in south bend, indiana, for notre dame, south florida, and in knoxville for tennessee-montana. fans in and arbor didn't get to see the fourth quarter. michigan's match-up was called off because of lightning. the teams agreed to end the game with the wolverines up dean obeidallah-10. not something fans want to see. jacqui jeras is at the weather center. we know how football fans are. they are into the game. this is opening weekend. better to be safe, right? >> absolutely. it was great to see they actually evacuated some of these stadiums to keep people safe throughout the storm. bummer for football fans. tomorrow is another day. hopefully next weekend we'll get great games in. we are tracking storms still moving across the midwest at this hour. a sliver of a severe thunderstorm watch which includes the det tro metro area. you guys have been pounded with heavy rain, lots of lightning. we've seen strong gusty winds to go along with it. this is the cold front helping to drive all of our weather systems right now across the u.s. this is heading into the eastern great lakes
governor from new jersey, lee hamilton, former democratic congressman from indiana. they were co-chairs of the 9/11 commission. gentlemen, welcome. >> guest: thank you. >> host: my first question is a very simple one, why the book and why now. and i ask the question because two years ago the 9/11 commission report came out. it was a gripping account of what had happened with the whole 9/11 phenomenon, a roaring bestseller as i remember. now you have this book which i found very interesting, clearly written, candid and, i think, important. but i didn't find anything brand new about the 9/11 phenomenon, the attack on the united states. so i'm kind of wondering what is it, therefore, that you felt was so necessary to produce "without precedent," we'll start with the governor. >> guest: for one thing, other people are starting to write about us. [laughter] characterize us, so when that start toss happen, it's going to depend on who's going to write the account. that was one reason. another reason, frankly, is because we thought it was interesting. we went through experiences probably
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